Sociology 709:  Linear and Nonlinear Regression Models for Social Scientists

Spring 2011

9:00-10:45 am Tuesdays and Thursdays in Hamilton 151

 

Instructor: Ted Mouw

Hamilton 268 Hamilton Hall

tedmouw@email.unc.edu

Office hours: click on the office hours link on www.tedmouw.org

 

Course overview:  This is the second semester of the two-semester course in statistics for sociology graduate students.  Starting with linear regression models and ending with models for categorical variables, we will attempt to cover many of the key statistical models used in modern empirical research.  Considerable attention will be paid to the assumptions behind these models, and the consequences of violations of these assumptions.  In addition, a major component of the course will be hands-on training in data analysis using Stata. 

 

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